Ernest Hemingway receiving award from Government, in Cuba.
Cuba Date:1954 Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
1954, the year he won the Nobel Prize for literature, Ernest Hemingway steps to the railing of a boat, in Cuba, to stand between military officers. Next, he is seen receiving an award from a Cuban official, as he stands at the boat rail, with his wife, Mary, at his side. He kisses her. Scene from earlier that year, shows Hemingway standing at, what appears to be Wilson Airport, in Nairobi, Kenya, with Roy Marsh, pilot of the chartered Cessna 180 airplane that will fly him and his wife, Mary, to Murchison Falls in January, 1954. (They had to make a forced landing there.)
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